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Homemade apple pie:) It was made with a pie crust from Elana's Pantry and it was more like a crumble on top...it was so so good!

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Baked potato with a scoop of guacomole on top

And a sliced apple

Avocado has been a godsend for me in giving up dairy, it gives me that creaminess that's otherwise missing

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Arrowhead Mills "Rice and Shine" cereal (brown rice grits) with brown sugar and cashews for a bit of flare :) And of course my beloved coffee!!

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Corn Chex with apple juice instead of milk, the way I always eat it, half a banana and six almonds along with Tetley UK tea.

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yogurt, and piece of Rudi's cinnamon raisin bread, toasted, w/ margarine.

Corn Chex with apple juice instead of milk

Good idea, thanks, hadn't thought of doing that

That is a good idea--- I'll have to try it sometime

(just plain ole milk gets boring after a while!)

Elana's Chocolate Chip scones (stones according to my 5 year old or cookies according to my almost 2 year old cookie monster:))

lol, that's cute!

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GAPS/SCD muffins made with eggs, squash, honey, and almond meal. Black coffee with honey. I'm feeling much better grain-free/dairy-free, dammit.

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Brown rice cake spread with peanut butter, half a sliced banana & a drizzle of honey with a sprinkle of cinnamon.

I like rice cakes with melted cheese on them too, but I usually over nuke them.

Glad you're feeling good Skylark!

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Three buckwheat pancakes with water/apple cider vinegar inplace of milk, thanks to gluten-free Manna's recipe and Takala's comment about water tasting just as good, and three slices of turkey bacon with black coffee with a dash of salt and vanilla added to the grounds b4 brewing. Extremely yum!!!!

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two pouches of fruit snacks as I was running out the door. Then later a piece of gluten-free banana bread and a gluten-free pumpkin raisin muffin that I made yesterday.

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Just a simple apple with peanut butter and black coffee.

I count my blessings that I can have peanut butter. I think a peanut allergy would be far harder to live with than a gluten intolerance.

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My husband made us hashbrowns, sauteed mushrooms and ham, lightly scrambled some eggs and arranged it all in a tower and topped with a bit of cheese (I am still limiting the amounts I can have). He is our breakfast cook. :)

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Not very cohesive today:

apple juice

pear

strawberries

chocolate chip cookie

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Honey Nut Chex

Pear

Chocolate chip cookie

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No-fat quark with fruits and a hint of sweetener. Vitamin-fortified breakfast cereal made from brown rice and beet fiber, containing not too much sugar. Large cup of green tea with ginseng flavour.

I actually wanted the last piece of oatbroad with bacon and eggs, but the blue fuzzies had beaten me to it :(

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Just a simple apple with peanut butter and black coffee.

I count my blessings that I can have peanut butter. I think a peanut allergy would be far harder to live with than a gluten intolerance.

I have a peanut allergy and it is hard to live without! The real kicker for me was finding out I'm allergic to tomatos! I can find gluten-free bread as a relacement, but not a summer tomato. I loved hot toast with peanut butter.

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I have trouble with breakfast, so these ideas are helpful. (I'm thinking rice cakes with peanut butter tomorrow.) Today was leftover hot gluten-free cereal from Bob's Red Mill that I originally made with added blackberries and raspberries which I revived by heating up with milk and adding sliced almonds and banana slices. Plus herbal tea.

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Two soft-boiled eggs

Banana, Bluberry and Pineapple Smoothie

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